Do You Think You Are Powerless To Change The World?

In 2006, I was invited to dinner at my neighbor’s house. The guests, other than the neighbor and I, were the 14th Tibetan Shamarpa (Mipham Chögyi Lodrö), “Shamar Rinpoche,” as he was called, and his brother Jigme Rinpoche, who is the head of the large Tibetan Kagyu Buddhist center in my village here in France. Also, there was a Pakistani journalist and his wife, who were staying with my neighbor. The Pakistani woman was cooking…

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StillJustJames

StillJustJames

Writing on the Paradigm of Responsive Naturing and Inner Spontaneous Sound Meditation — two facets of one subject: Opening a new way forward towards EcoRecovery